A report from a Lebanese TV channel suggests the United States may have deployed its special forces at Mare’ and Azaz, two rebel-held towns in the northern Aleppo countryside.

This news comes just weeks after U.S. troops also established a military base at Tall Abyad in Kurdish controlled territory near the Turkish border.

Meanwhile, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is advancing inside Aleppo city from three directions, a scenario predicted by Al-Masdar News just last week.

Our partners from www.SouthFront.org have all the details:

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Conor Mcconville
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imagine using your own troops as bait

Pamela Hills
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It is hard to think the US Government could arm and train the same terrorist our troops are ask fight against . This Government has went so far down Rabbit hole that i don’t think they will ever find way out of mess they have made.

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Well, they thought the affair would be finished as fast as in Libya. But they were fed with erroneous intel from KSA and Turkey : Assad isn’t the typical MENA dictator : just consider, although there is death penalty in Syria, the very low number of capital punishments that used to happen and although he has to cope with Ba’ath hard-liners, he did many improvements for freedoms in Syria. From what I’ve been told by some refugees I met, the demonisation by western medias is total bullshit and comes mostly from KSA/Turkish sources. US DoS was apparently fed with bullshit… Read more »

Conor Mcconville
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they have went back on there promises and statments so much that now everytime they accuse russia and iran of comitting crimes it only strenghtens tge good guys resolve

Botan Özsan
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i hope Russia bombs them.

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Lock up your children the Yankee Army is in town 🙂

Ryan Richter
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Its not the American troops that need to be bombed, its the corrupt people hiding out of harms way giving them the orders, they are the ones that need to be bombed! America has absolutely no reason to be in Syria!!

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And I doubt those on the field are happy to be embeded with groups that are allied to Qaeda! Well, most probably CIA troops or some SOFs not under DoD control : such thing would probably make the Pentagon furious.

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Thus, I mostly agree with you although not about to bomb them : these mofos messed with terrorist gangs. Patriot act may be more than enough to send them on holidays in Cuba, precisely in Guantanamo…

Chris Bean
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Chris Bean

Why is Russia and Syria not kicking them out ????I dont get it..

Conor Mcconville
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they playing the long game open war with the us isnt a great option if they did we would face nuclear war

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So the US would face too : M.A.D : Mutual Assured Destruction. You can bet all Qaedans would sell their mothers to pimps for this!

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Now, if they’re men from DoD, they may be used as a bait to make the Qaedans mad and if the jihadis shoot at them, either FSA separate themselves from Qaeda by protecting them, then you’ll have a Qaeda/FSA war, or they show DoS that they are ally to Qaeda. Now, DoD may push Obama to kick Qaedan asses and have Qaeda and FSA kill each other OR to kick both Qaeda and FSA asses. The 1st thing you learn in the military : circumvent bureaucracy! And in chess, you may have to sacrifice pawns…

Zekeriya Dik
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Zekeriya Dik

Burn them all

Marcelo Lauti Defant
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Marcelo Lauti Defant

Pude haber un ataQue por error sobre ellos

Marcelo Lauti Defant
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Marcelo Lauti Defant

Y pueden ser muchos errores

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Expect usa bombing their own soldiers claiming Syria did it for revenge of usas dayralzawr attack or usa soldiers starting a firefight claiming their soldiers were targeted to escalate the situation. Syrian army should record everything as proof and hold back as much as possible to avert such concealment false flag attempts.